Dr. Katy Everett
Assistant Professor - Environmental Science & Division Chair
Education: PhD, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida, 2011
MA, Leadership, Brexgata University Academy, 2006
BS, Biology, Marquette University, 2001
Department: Science & Mathematics
Office: Sanders 302
CONTACT ME FOR…
- Career exploration assistance
- Internships in environmental studies and sustainability
Social dimensions of natural resource conservation and sustainable practices. Cultural connections, traditional livelihoods, and food preferences
Environmental Science and Policy, Sustainable Resource Management, Human Dimensions of Conservation, Environmental Racism, Food and Culture, and Interdisciplinary Studies
Chair of Eureka College Sustainability Committee Adviser to SAGE (Student Alliance for Greener Environments)
Garland, K.A. and R.R. Carthy. 2010. Changing Taste Preferences, Market Demands and Traditions in Pearl Lagoon, Nicaragua: A Community Reliant on Green Turtles for Income and Nutrition. Conservation and Society 8(1): 55-72.
Ban, E., L. Carr, J. Croney, K.A. Garland, S. Harold, P. Rothenberger and M. Taylor. 2005. Nonpoint Source Pollution: Education Module. Virgin Islands Marine Advisory Service, University of the Virgin Islands, Kingshill, VI.
Pendergraft, B. (Producer) and K.A. Garland (Director). 2005. Journey of the Loggerhead: An Interactive DVD on Marine Turtles. United States: Environmental Media Corporation.
UF – Tropical Conservation and Development
UF – Environmental Education & Communication
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
UNIQUELY EUREKA EXPERIENCE:
The Eureka experience is absolutely amazing and one-of- a-kind! It is my personal goal to help students pursue research in the environmental sciences and at Eureka that is not only possible, but also required. The community of faculty, staff, and administration at the college is focused on student success and engagement; our goal is for our students to succeed!
I am originally from this part of Central Illinois, but spent my college career and over 10 post-graduate years living and working in the Southeastern states and the Caribbean. I was able to travel internationally frequently during that time and spent close to a year in Nicaragua for my doctoral research on sea turtle conservation. In my free time, I love being with my husband and two small children, especially outdoors (playing, hiking, and exploring). I also enjoy gardening, exercising (running, biking, swimming), traveling to new places, and being near the water.